“You are bringing the apple tart?”

Apple Tart

Thanksgiving is three days away. We will be celebrating, as we have done many times before, at my brother’s house. My sister-in-law, the Gardening Queen, prepares the turkey and the trimmings. She does not do dessert. So, her sister brings a carrot cake from a local bakery. Their mom (my close friend, Estelle) brings a cookie assortment from Grace’s Market in NYC. I bake. Not that I’m the world’s greatest baker, but everyone loves my apple tart, and they expect that I will be bringing it.

Last year was the first time the Puzzle Genius was with us for Thanksgiving. Since he is gluten-intolerant, apple tart is a no-no for him. So, instead, I made a flourless chocolate cake. Though it was not very photogenic, the P.G. loved it, and everyone else agreed it was seriously delicious.

This year, J and the P.G. are going to his parents for Thanksgiving. So, when the Gardening Queen called me yesterday, it was, “You are bringing the apple tart?” Of course!

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2 Responses to ““You are bringing the apple tart?””

  1. ulterior epicure Says:

    No, no, no. You typed it all incorrectly. It should be, “You ARE bringing the apple tart…” You gotta make it sound like a directive and question all in one.

  2. thewizardofroz Says:

    @ u.e., The Gardening Queen does not do directives!

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